By Gentry Appleget Center... who? The Woodmen ended a 22-game losing streak dating back to 2006 to “the other team from Greenwood” in the first Sectional championship GHS had won since 2002. “As a team, we felt confident with coach’s game plan because they put nearly 15 hours of scouting in for each opponent,” senior… Continue reading Center Who?
The Service Club ran the canned food drive to donate food to charity. “Service Club meets every Friday. When we met during PowerHour, we decided how we collect with a new reward system this year so that if just 50 cans donated, a class would be able to get the reward. This year two teachers… Continue reading GHS canned food drive comes to an end
Last night, “Anything Goes” was brought to life in the auditorium. Students have been working on this year’s musical production since the end of January, and there will be another production tonight as well as tomorrow afternoon. “The show is about three love stories all intertwined. Reno Sweeney (Avery Graham) is in love with Billy… Continue reading “Anything Goes” spring musical
Juniors have been planning for months for the April 25 formal dance. Prom is open to all juniors and seniors and their guests.“We started planning big picture things in November. We will finish with the final touches probably up until the week before Prom. Overall, it takes about six months,” junior Faith Peebles, class president,… Continue reading Prom plans underway
This year the Winter Guard plans to take on new challenges. “This year it is a very heavy topic, it’s called “No to Fear.” It’s about students talking to adults about the fear of gun control in America right now. It is saying that the students are afraid to talk about it and show the… Continue reading Winter Guard says no to fear
At the beginning of the month, the band and choir competed in their Solo and Ensemble competitions. Each group prepared in their own way for their competition. “In class, we worked on our ensembles every day for a week or two, and we performed them for the class as practice for what it would be… Continue reading Choir, band compete at ISSMA
With the stress and workload that school can bring, having a time and space to relax is important. The office staff has recently created a Zen garden; a space meant for students to relax and calm themselves. It is located in the Guidance Office and is always open for students to take advantage… Continue reading Guidance office zen garden
18 year old guys can no longer just walk into a gas station to purchase tobacco. The new tobacco law is officially in effect, and the legal age has been moved to 21. Mr. Josh Harmon gives his thoughts on the new law. “I think it is a good idea. Smoking and drinking to me… Continue reading Tobacco Law rises to 21